CDC Is A Vaccine Company, Owns 56 Vaccines — A Grave Conflict Of Interest

Two recent events have forced a glaring spotlight on the $30 billion a year vaccine industry: First, President Donald Trump announced a plan to establish a commission chaired by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (RFK) to investigate vaccine safety and scientific integrity. The second, again featuring RFK, is when he and actor Robert De Niro announced a $100,000 reward to any scientist (or anyone else) who could conclusively prove the safety of mercury (in the form thimerosal) in vaccines.

Both events have unleashed a veritable storm of fury from the mainstream media, many of whom label both De Niro and RFK “vaccine skeptics” or “anti-vaccine,” despite the men’s repeated objections and insistence that they are pro-vaccine and dutifully had all their children vaccinated.

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Researchers Identify Fungus As A Key Factor In Crohn’s Disease

Scientists from Case Western Reserve University have identified a species of fungus that may play a key role in the development of Crohn’s disease, in a study published in the journal mBio.

“We already know that bacteria, in addition to genetic and dietary factors, play a major role in causing Crohn’s disease,” lead author Mahmoud Ghannoum said. “Essentially, patients with Crohn’s have abnormal immune responses to these bacteria, which inhabit the intestines of all people. While most researchers focus their investigations on these bacteria, few have examined the role of fungi, which are also present in everyone’s intestines.”

The study strengthens the evidence that a healthy microbiome – the billions of microorganisms that live naturally in and on the human body, particularly in the gut – plays a key role in regulating immune health and preventing inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

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Aspartame – A Hidden Schedule II Narcotic

What? That can’t be right, you are likely thinking.

It is.

The methanol in aspartame affects the dopamine system of the brain causing addiction. Methanol, or wood alcohol, is classified as a severe metabolic poison.

Aspartame is a dipeptide molecule produced by joining phenylalanine and aspartic acid. Aspartame itself does not occur naturally but is a manufactured substance. When aspartame is consumed, it is completely broken down by the enzymes in the digestive system into the two amino acids and a type of alcohol called methanol.

Methanol is a schedule II Narcotic.

What that means:

Schedule II substances have high abuse potential and severe psychological and/or physical dependence liability.

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Vaxxed: The Movie — Prepare To Cry And Shake Your Fist

I just got home from seeing VAXXED the Movie. I am outraged, disgusted and have this huge pit in the bottom of my stomach.  I’ve been writing and researching here on Natural News for over 2 years and have been a quiet participant in the decision not to vaccinate my children.  But this movie has you crying, shaking your head and then shaking your fist and leaves you with the conviction that we have to do something right now about this insanity.  I’m going to start close to home and try to get this DVD (when it is released in August) into the hand of every physician I know.  We are blessed to have many dear friends in the profession and my husband even leads a monthly retreat for a group of 40 doctors. 

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Roundup Herbicide Sprayed On Foods Causes Heart Problems, Study Shows

The globally bestselling herbicide Roundup can cause heart problems, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Caen, France, and Sapienza University of Rome, and published in the journal Cardiovascular Toxicology in December 2014.

The findings may explain the cases of heart problems or even sudden death reported in people or animals exposed to high levels of Roundup.

According to the study authors, reported cases of acute Roundup poisoning have been increasing. These are a different phenomenon than the chronic poisoning and health problems reported by many people living in areas of heavy Roundup use.

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